After working with Black Sheep Restaurants for a year and deciding to go my own route, the company approached me once more to generate a concept for their new Lebanese outlet inspired by the golden era of Beirut in the 60s. As a casual dining spot in Central, Hong Kong, I wanted to be sure that the packaging followed suit.
Management wanted to empoly the use of a sustainable bamboo takeaway container, and stickers were a great way to allow for this, while still being a branded solution. Vintage photography, arabic patterns and classic Lebanese artwork all came into play when designing for this casual canteen. A colorful array of stickers was created for their many fresh juices, entrée offerings, and dressings.